JONES, DR. Richard Edward – BA MA PhD MS Royal Military College – Registrar and Professor – 1963 – 1987 December 14 1921-September 2, 2014 Peacefully at St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital, on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 with family at his side. Son of the late Richard Jones and Ethel (Hobbs). Richard “Dick” is survived by his wife Norma Struzzo-Jones; children Cynthia (Simon) Davies, Haida Gwaii; Elizabeth (Red) Swaine, Saint Margaret’s Bay; Michael (Lisa) Jones, Vancouver; grandchildren, Sarah, John, David, Mare, Lisa, Kevin, Geoffrey, Alex, Chapman, Logan, Mary and many great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife Mary Milsap and daughter Catherine Jackson. Richard instilled knowledge, integrity and independence in his children and grandchildren. He was born in Gloucester England, grew up in Coventry and endured the blitz as a first aid attendant. In 1940 he attended the University of Birmingham for petroleum geology. He learned to fly with the RAF in California and in 1944 established the Number One Instrument Flying School, at Deseronto, Ontario, specializing in instrument flying and astronavigation. He was a true scholar with a BA, MA, PhD and an MSC. He had a voracious appetite for knowledge and a great ability to share it. He appreciated the arts especially classical music and opera. He was a pilot, a professor of geology and geography. Richard was registrar at the Royal Military College, Kingston from 1963 to 1981 and returned to academic life at RMC from 1981 to 1987 as a professor of geography and oceanography. As a geologist he had a love for mapping in the Canadian bush and the camaraderie of mining. He will be missed by his family and many who learned from him. Friends will be received at the GORDON F. TOMPKINS FUNERAL HOME , 435 Davis Drive (Centennial Dr and Taylor-Kidd Blvd) on Friday, September 5th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph’s Church, Palace Road, on Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. Cremation will follow. For those wishing, donations to the UHKF St. Mary’s of the Lake Palliative Care, would be appreciated by his family. Source
5295 MICHAEL SULLIVAN
Michael Bryce Sullivan March 29, 1938 – September 10, 2014 Mike passed away peacefully at home as he wished. He battled Pulmonary Fibrosis for many years. He is survived by his loving wife, Frona, Lynne (daughter), Bill (son), siblings Eileen and Tim. Predeceased by sister Sharon. Mike spent 27 great years with IBM in both Western and Central Regions, following 4 years at Royal Roads and RMC. He is remembered by many wonderful friends and will be missed. No service at Mike’s request. Donations in Mike’s name to Animal Advocates Society of BC, would be gratefully appreciated.
3604 Karl M. FERGUSON
Karl M. FERGUSON October 20, 1932 – August 9, 2014 Born in Trois Rivieres, Quebec on 20 October 1932; died on 9 August 2014. Leaves behind a sister, Jean Roulson, nieces and nephews and a son, Steven Ferguson. Karl was particularly proud of being a mechanical engineering alumnus of the University of New Brunswick. In his working career, he was employed at several manufacturing and food processing firms mainly in Canada and a stint in Ireland. He was a keen curler, an exercise program participant and an avid winemaker. He was a garage sale enthusiast; he could not pass on a deal. A celebration of Karl’s life was held Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Please consider a donation to Parkinson’s Society, BC –